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THROUGH

WALES, HOLLAND AND WESTPHALIA

WITH

VIEWS OF PEACE AND WAR

AT HOME AND ABROAD.

TO WHICH IS ADDED,

HUMANITY;

OR

THE RIGHTS OF NATURE.

A POEM,

REVISED AND CORRECTED:

By Mr. PRA TT,

VOLUME III,

“ He who is diligent to seek will always GLEAN something."

Dr. JOHNSON.

LONDON :

PRINTED FOR T. N. LONGMAN, AND.L. B. S&ELEY,

PATERNOSTER-ROW,

G Galloway

12-2-25
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The calamity of the times generally spoken af --The

author's promise to glean them more particularly in
the course of this last Sheaf--The author gleans the
German theatre-Some of its beauties and defeets-
Analysis of some of their dramatic pieces--The Ger-
man Romeo and Juliet turned into an opera;, but
managed with uncommon address-Its fable and
scenery-Description of a gala play, at which three
princely personages, in honour of whom it is re-
presented, fall fast asleep. The author gleans them
in that situation, and literally takes them napping

The Stadtholder's birth-day, or anniversary

martyrdom-More advantages of little folks over

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